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Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education" and Year is 2016

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Using psychological theory and qualitative methods to develop a new evidence-based website about acupuncture for back pain - Felicity L. Bishop, Maddy Greville-Harris, Jennifer Bostock, Amy Din, Cynthia A. Graham, George Lewith, Christina Liossi, Tim O'Riordan, Rachel Ryves, Peter White and Lucy Yardley
Type: Article | 2016

Type: Article | 2016

Deposition of amyloid-beta in the walls of human leptomeningeal arteries in relation to perivascular drainage pathways in cerebral amyloid angiopathy - Abby Keable, Kate Fenna, Ho Ming Yuen, David A. Johnston, Neil R. Smyth, Colin Smith, Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Neshika Samarasekera, James A.R. Nicoll, Johannes Attems, Rajesh N. Kalaria, Roy O. Weller and Roxana-Octavia Carare
Type: Article | 2016

Systematic review with meta-analysis: coffee consumption and the risk of cirrhosis - O.J. Kennedy, P. Roderick, R. Buchanan, J.A. Fallowfield, P.C. Hayes and J. Parkes
Type: Article | 2016 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Thesis | 2016 | University of Aberdeen | Item not available on this server.

Type: Thesis | 2016 | University of Southampton

Multiple sessions of transcranial direct current stimulation and upper extremity rehabilitation in stroke: a review and meta-analysis - L. Tedesco Triccas, J.H. Burridge, A.M. Hughes, R.M. Pickering, M. Desikan, J.C. Rothwell and G. Verheyden
Type: Article | 2016

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